The video which was released 21 hours ago, may not be suitable for viewers under the age of 18, per YouTube’s Community Guidelines.
Nicki took to Instagram and was furious as she blasted the “BOGUS FKNG PLATFORM” and accused them of being in bed with certain record labels to allow other artists to post “FAKE FKNG STATS” and keep her from winning.
The Queen of the Barbs wrote:
Imagine this. They restricted my f**king video but have things a million f**king times worse on their BOGUS FKNG PLATFORM.
this is what they do to keep you from winning while doing ads for other ppl and posting FAKE FKNG STATS. 😂😂😂😂😂 because the same ppl who run YouTube are in bed with a certain record label and mngmnt company. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
GO SUCK OUT YA MUDDA BIG PUM PUM. LYOR IT BETTER NOT BE YOU.
Nicki Minaj wasn’t done.
In a second post she added:
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Nicki made sure to emphasize how YouTube is working against her to elevate the success of others.
Especially on the heels of the 6.5 million views GloRilla and Cardi B’s “Tomorrow 2” video received.
In spite of the restriction drama, the “Likkle Miss Remix” has received over 700,000 views thus far.
To be fair to Nicki Minaj, if YouTube is going to start age-restricting videos they definitely are picking and choosing because most of the videos released aren’t appropriate for grown folks let alone someone under 18 years of age.